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dready 'many rivers to cross'

Posted on October 30, 2017 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

                        dready art's 'tanya's sky at blackfriars' - image

'many rivers to cross' is one of my favourite songs ...

and i really should say that the jimmy cliff version is my top, and it is, on some days, but jah know, i also really like the UB40 version, alot, especially the electronic opening ...

I know right!

it's a story about a jamaican coming to england - but the allegory is about...

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dready link-ups

Posted on October 24, 2017 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

dready 'blues iguana' on a coaster for walkers global

dready kimpton seafire bookmarks - 'frenchie, daniel's chicken, brown dog, sea life'

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dready work (play) balance

Posted on October 19, 2017 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

                     dready art -'work stay balance' - 40x24 - original on canvas

i work all the time, let me just say that right off the bat - luckily I do work with the freedom of time and space - but because I am a completely one-man-band I can t just take a holiday and expect other people to fill in for me.

orders for prints must be placed, and shipping documents produced, art must be drawn,...

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dready al fahl the camel

Posted on October 16, 2017 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

                          dready s 'al fahl' the camel - image - 20x30

camel's have such interesting faces, expressions, and the most whimsical of bodies ...

the humour in them almost draws itself ...

I've never ridden a camel ...


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dready stories of life

Posted on October 15, 2017 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

                     dready art 'big lizard' -20x12 - original on paper

when it comes time to drawing a dready, I'm looking for a story to tell, especially one with a little whimsy in it ... this one told itself really ...

it came, though, encapsulated with other memories ...

the person who had commissioned the idea, as a gift for friends, had in the meantime died: I had known her well for many years...

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